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Moldy Squash (Fruit and leaves).....?

Posted by rustyolranger4x4 Zone 8 (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 18, 09 at 20:53

Ok im in zone 8 here in north florida, I have a raised bed garden with nothing special done to it. I have crook neck squash planted and havent had to many problems with them aside from a bit of a pickle worm problem last month. Here lately alot of my squash have been getting what looks like mold growing on them not all just some, id say 50% and now its starting to show up on the leaves pretty bad. Anyone know what this is and how to fix it? Ive added in some pictures, hopefully it works....Thanks!
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